Summer 2021 Fair Transition Webinar Series

 TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2021 — 7:00-8:00 PM USET
Chris Hansen, PhD, is Co-Founder and Director at the Colorado Energy & Water Institute.  He represents District 31 in the Colorado State Senate, where he chairs the Appropriations Committee.  He will discuss the Colorado Just Transition Action Plan” to assist fossil fuel communities in the transition to a clean energy economy.

Panelists — Angie Rosser, Executive Director, WV Rivers; Ann Eisenberg, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina School of Law; Evan Hansen , represents District 51 in the West Virginia House of Delegates and is President of Downstream Strategies.

Register Here for the July 13 webinar. 

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2021, 7:00 – 8:00 PM USET:  SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED.

 If you register for the July 13 program, you will receive information on the August 10 webinar when registration is open.

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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR SERIES

In West Virginia and around the world, global warming and the climate crisis are driving a rapid energy transition to low-carbon-emission energy sources.  How can we secure a fair energy transition — one that provides effective climate solutions, and leaves no one behind?

You can learn more about (and help answer) this important question at this series of webinars on the topic: “Putting Together the Pieces of a Fair Energy Transition – Leaving No One Behind.” 

Three live, audience-interactive programs, each with different expert speakers and panelists, are currently scheduled for 7:00-8:00 PM USET on Tuesday, June 15; Tuesday, July 13; and Tuesday, August 10. Post-program recordings will be available.  We do not share your information. 

This webinar series is sponsored by the West Virginia Center on Climate Change (“WV3C”)partnering with the WVU College of Law Center on Energy and Sustainable Development, and the West Virginia Climate Alliance; and is supported by the Dunn Foundation and by Rafe and Lenore Pomerance.  For more information, contact Tom Rodd; 304-541-4494; 304-265-0018; thomasrodd@wvclimate.org.